Bernardo Silva is determined to find a happy ending to the current 2022/23 UEFA Champions League campaign, having played a leading role in qualifying for the decider.
The Portuguese midfielder scored two goals during Real Madrid’s 4-0 defeat of Real Madrid during the semi-final second leg at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday, and he is now aiming for the last-ditch duel against Inter Milan to satisfy his own cravings. Could complete Club’s
It is a new chance for the Portuguese and the nationals, who two years ago reached the definition of the maximum continental event, but lost 1-0 at the hands of Chelsea and their dedication dream was shattered.
“I played it only once and the result was not very good for me. We will try to change that,” recalled the 28-year-old footballer, who is not only focused on sealing a title but looks to be on track in the Premier League. . , But also of the Premier League. in the Mancunian derby in the FA Cup (3 June) and in the Champions League, in Istanbul on 10 June.
At the time of the clash with the Nerazzurro, the Lisbon player said: “We know we are playing against a very difficult team. I watched their game on Tuesday and they are very organized collectively. We are going to study them Follow them.” The coach’s plan is to once again and individually and collectively, try to get the best performance in this way (against Madrid), to be as close as possible to winning that game.”
City produced one of the best performances in the club’s history to come within one step of winning the competition for the first time. The Merengue team, the competition’s maximum champion with 14 trophies, had no response to Pep Guardiola’s team’s combination of movement, pace, power and vanguard.
And, of course, Silva was key with his brace to start the match. “I’m very happy because the performance was incredible. From the first minute, we put pressure on Real Madrid’s defence…we pushed them back and created a lot of chances. And our guys, with the energy, we felt the momentum. It Helped a lot,” he said.
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“The second half started strangely, because we were under a bit of pressure, but I think the team was very resilient, very organised, and the difference between this year and last year was the opportunities – we made the most of them, we took them. And we marked the goals”, he concluded in his analysis.
Furthermore, he expressed his desire to be able to bring joy to the Citizens fans in the near future, along with the English league: “Hopefully we can give them another happy day and give them that special moment of winning their fifth (premiership)”. years, which isn’t easy in this country. We’re going to rest, sleep well, eat well and prepare to be as good as possible and give them the happiness they deserve.”
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